Bryan continues to grow in leaps and bounds, and as more new residents arrive to enjoy our thriving downtown, desirable quality of life and excellent schools, they do so in the knowledge that these programs – and numerous others from the Bryan Police Department – are providing them with the safety and security that Bryan residents have come to expect. It’s just another reason that people want to experience “The Good Life, Texas Style.”
The playgrounds are planned to be installed over the coming months in the following locations:
Austin’s Colony Park
A new play structure will replace the currently existing one that is used by both the community and school. The new structure is targeted at ages 2-12 and will include slides, landings, climbers and have a bonded shredded rubber mulch fall zone.
Castle Heights Park
A new play structure will replace the currently existing structure, which exceeds its life expectancy. The new structure is suitable for ages 5-12 and will include a main structure with slides, landings, climbers, monkey bars and a rock wall. It will have a bonded shredded rubber mulch fall zone.
Current Castle Heights playground
New Castle Heights playground rendering
This park will receive a new playground unit, exercise equipment and a walking path extension. The playground equipment includes a shaded play structure, slides and climbing areas. The exercise equipment is planned to include six pieces for community use. The trail will be extended from its current end at Glencairn Court to Arundala Way.
New Greenbrier exercise equipment
New Greenbrier playground rendering
New Greenbrier walking path extension
At Henderson Park, two existing play structures that have exceeded their life expectancy are being combined into one play area and relocated out of the floodplain. The new play area is targeted toward ages 2-12 and includes a shaded picnic table, main play structure with slides, climbers and various levels, and separate four-seat swing set and climbing structure. The entire area will have a bonded shredder rubber mulch fall zone.
Current Henderson playground
Current Henderson playground
New Henderson playground rendering
A new play structure will replace the current one at Ibarra Park, which has exceeded its life expectancy. The new structure is intended for ages 5-12 and includes a main structure with slides, landings, climbers and monkey bars. It will also have a bonded shredded rubber mulch fall zone.
Current Ibarra playground
New Ibarra playground rendering
The existing play structure at this park will be replaced with a new structure geared towards kids ages 2-12. The new structure will include slides, ladders, landings, sensory panels and climbing features and will have a bonded shredded rubber mulch fall zone.
Current Shirewood playground
New Shirewood playground rendering